Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz Cabernet video review

Hi there, and thanks for stopping by. I’ve decided to take all of the wine related content from my other blog, and post it in a place it belongs. I’ll start with this post, which is new, and slowly migrate the older ones here as well.

Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz Cabernet

Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz Cabernet

Today I’m showcasing a video review of Jip Jip Rocks, and their outstanding Australian Shiraz/Cabernet blend. Produced by the Bryson family, it comes from what I understand to be one of the three remaining privately owned vineyards in the area, as the rest are owned by big producers. The is rated a 90 point Wine Advocate wine, and I can see why.

Video Wine Review – babblingaboutnothing.com reviews JIP JIP ROCKS Shiraz Cabernet from Australia!Matt from http://babblingaboutnothing.comdoes a video review of Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz Cabernet.

We love this wine! We had it with pot roast that evening, and it complimented the meal very nicely. I’d love to have this with a well seasoned steak on the grill! It was also very pleasant just to sip on. If you’ve had Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz/Cabernet blend, let me know what you’ve thought of it. If you haven’t let me know what you’ve tasted recently.

-Matt

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6 thoughts on “Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz Cabernet video review

  1. I don’t care what it tastes like! I just LOVE the name. FUN!
    Great new site. Looking forward to reading more.

  2. Love your site! Very well done.
    Again, big congratulations to both of you.

  3. mmmm sounds yummy…will have to give it a whirl…thank you!

  4. [...] favorite wines over the summer, that I drank cases of, was Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz as well as their  Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon Blend. Australian’s number one grape for fine wine is Syrah, which is called Shiraz in [...]

  5. [...] then hate it, PLEASE dont let that be the last shiraz you try. I would also try the Shotfire, the Jip Jip Rocks, and another 3 or 4 before I close the book on the great [...]

  6. [...] such as Bourboulenc and Camarese. Syrah is a grape that offers many expressions, from the peppery Shiraz you’ll find in Australia, to the round and fruit focused Syrah you’ll find in [...]

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